News at ON Language
October 30, 2017: ON Language opens opportunities for learners and sponsors
ON Language now accepts sponsors to provide tuition support for learners. Learners who need tuition support can now request sponsorship within the ON Language application. Sponsorship funds, as available, are applied on a first-come, first-serve basis for accepted students enrolling at ON Language.
Beginning June 2017: ON Language offers TESOL Graduate Student Practical Internships
ON Language unveiled its innovative, flexible, and enriching TESOL Graduate Student Practical Internships in 2017. Graduate students studying in TESOL may apply for face-to-face, distance, or hybrid internships to complement their studies with practical, hands-on experience in English language teaching and program administration in the IEP context.
January 31, 2017: ON Language statement on President Trump's recent executive order
ON Language supports freedom of travel according to U.S. laws already in place and official guidance and application already in practice prior to President Trump's executive order on extreme vetting. ON Language welcomes learners of all nationalities and ethnicities in its programs, and encourages our government to return to welcoming all people of demonstrated goodwill to visit, live in, and travel to and from the U.S. without hindrance or unfair treatment. Further, ON Language provides tuition waivers and discounts for learners who hold refugee status within the United States; learn more at http://www.onlanguage.net/admission/.
Gainesville, GA - October 10, 2016: ON Language President presents at GATESOL conference
Summer 2016 - CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR LEARNERS IN GAINESVILLE, GEORGIA!
Left to right: Thiago Feriani, Teacher Khalid Ibrahim, and Murilo Montemor.
Left to right: Qingyuan Zhu and Teacher Lenore Morales.